The past year has again been an eventful one for central banking and central bankers around the world, but the firefighting that characterised the last five years seems now to be giving way to a widespread acceptance of a new normal. Our conception of what constitutes ‘conventional' policy has shifted. Things will never be the same again.
It is interesting and instructive to look back at times like these at what caught our readers' imagination over the past 12 months.
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- Podcast: San Fran Fed’s Daly on gender inequality in central banks
- US House passes deregulation bill with bipartisan support
- Philippines central bank launches reorganisation
- Swift starts work on pan-European real-time payment connectivity pilot